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bedraggled dirty, wet, or limp from having wandered or been dragged through mud and water. [1/2 definitions]
bog an area of soft, wet earth; marsh. [1/2 definitions]
cattail a tall plant with long, flat leaves that grows in wet places. Cattails have long, brown, fuzzy flower spikes.
causeway a raised road or path across water or land that is wet.
cranberry a shrub that bears a sour, red berry, or the berry itself. Cranberries grow in wet ground in North America.
dabble to wet by splashing or dipping. [1/2 definitions]
damp slightly wet; moist. [1/2 definitions]
dampen to make moist or slightly wet. [1/2 definitions]
drench to soak, or wet completely.
dry not wet, damp, or moist. [1/8 definitions]
footprint a mark pressed by a foot onto a surface, such as a step in wet sand or a print left by a muddy shoe.
goo (informal) a thick, wet, or sticky substance.
marsh a low, wet area, often thick with tall grasses; bog.
moist somewhat wet; damp.
moisten to make or become slightly wet.
moor1 an area of land that is open and wet. Heather and other plants that need acid soil grow on moors.
moss a small, green plant without flowers that grows in soft, thick clumps. Moss grows in mats on rocks, trees, and wet ground.
mud wet earth that has been turned soft and sticky.
nutria a small mammal with thick brown fur and a long thin tail. Nutrias are rodents closely related to guinea pigs and porcupines. They build burrows near wet areas such as swamps. Nutrias used to only live in South America, but they have spread to much of the United States and Europe.
peat soil from a wet area that is made up of decayed plants. Peat can be used as a fuel or fertilizer.
pulp any soft, wet mass of material. [1/3 definitions]